Aerogility wins BA travel competition
The high profile competition promoted in the UK’s Daily Telegraph and to BA customers attracted entries from over 4500 businesses competing for 100 grants. The applicants had to describe how business travel and face-to-face meetings could benefit their business growth and help them achieve strategic objectives in 2010.
In the Aerogility application we stressed the importance of meeting as many stakeholders as possible working in the aerospace and defense aftermarket and factoring in their objectives in a holistic Aerogility aftermarket model. Our innovative roles-based analysis design technique works best in a series of face-to-face workshops to ensure the model we implement meets a wide range of applications across the enterprise.
The global nature of the aviation business means that the Aerogility team needs to travel regularly and meet customers at their locations.
The grant includes twelve Club World or Club Europe return flights, five containers of shipping space from BA World Cargo, five Regus Businessworld Gold memberships, annual card fees on four American Express British Airways Corporate Cards and a year’s subscription to the Daily Telegraph.
Gary Vickers, Aerogility Business Development Director, said, “We are an up and coming company in the global aviation business and spending time on site with our customers and prospects is vital to our success. The team is thrilled to win Club World tickets to anywhere in the BA network and to get this recognition from a world class player in the aviation business.”